“Chicken fingers and cross-tracks, enough said,” the description reads.
Location-specific apps are popping up all over the place. San Francisco Travel Association (rebranded from the San Francisco Convention and Visitors’ Bureau in 2010) names a couple to use such as dining app Cheap Eats in San Francisco, and this SF photography guide, which lets visitors know the best spots for great photos.
But by and large the most popular travel apps are the ones that aggregate travel details and help find people good deals. Recently, Forbes named the top 10 travel apps in 2011, and the list was topped by this one.
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